Think outside the bark; how to upgrade your landscape

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If you’re trying to xeriscape your yard but don’t want it to look like a complete desert, try Flagstone Chips! Forget the bark, wood chips and gravel, Flagstone Chips are sourced, flat, angular, pure stone pathway material. 

See below a list of benefits:

  • Excellent drainage
  • Great for mud issues
  • Will not sink under wheels or heels
  • Does not crack or warp
  • Will not fade
  • Will not blow away
  • Easy to install

Below are a few ideas of where you could use Flagstone Chips

  • Great for RV Pad
  • Driveway turnaround
  • Side yard area storage
  • Around pavers
  • Around a fire pit
  • Garden Boxes
  • Xeriscaping (remove all lawn and save water)
  • Patio area or anywhere you may think of concrete you can use Small Flagstone Chips and save money, about 1/10th the cost of concrete.

To check out Flagstone Chips in a number of different environments, visit: 

  • Jordan Water Conservation Park, Featured in the Rock Garden
  • Thanksgiving Point in Ashton Gardens
  • Topaz Museum, Delta
  • University of Utah Pathways at the Thatcher Building and Pioneer Garden
  • Lagoon Amusement Park, Pioneer Village

Visit for more information. 

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